The girl group has revealed that their comeback will take place on March 31 with the release of the mini-album “Unnatural.” This is WJSN’s first appearance since the release of “Neverland” in June 2020. In October 2020, the group engaged in unit activities with the CHOCOME subunit (Soobin, Luda, Yeoreum, and Dayoung).
Cosmic Girls is a 13-member girl group created by Starship Entertainment and Yuehua Entertainment. EXY, Seola, Xuan Yi, Bona, Soobin, Luda, Dawon, Eunseo, Cheng Xiao, Mei Qi, Yeoreum, Dayoung, and Yeonjung are among the members. They released their first mini project, “Would You Like?” on February 25, 2016.
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They organized unit activities with the WJSN CHOCOME sub-unit, which included members Soobin, Luda, Yeoreum, and Dayoung. Exy, the leader of the original group, contributed to CRAVITY’s most recent return by writing the lyrics for the title track “My Turn.” Bona was also seen in the drama “Homemade Love Story,” while Dayoung was in the film “Love Revolution.”
The famous weekend drama “Homemade Love Story,” which aired its final episode on March 7, is set in the chaotic Samkwang Villa. Bona plays Lee Hae Deun, Lee Soon Jung’s adoring second daughter in the drama (played by Jeon In Hwa).
The pop star-turned-actress also spoke fondly of her time on the set. “First, the senior actors lavished so much attention on me that simply going to the set made me happy,” she said. “Also, Haedeun is a character who is comfortable interacting with all of the other characters, so I think that helped me approach the senior actors without feeling uncomfortable even in real life. Acting with the senior actors was highly satisfying and enjoyable.”
Chocome and its quirky sound
With a name that loosely translates to “Little WJSN,” Luda, Soobin, Yeoreum, and Dayoung are getting the chance to show off not only new sides of themselves as singers but also the larger Cosmic Girls brand. The majority of Cosmic Girl’s albums use synth-pop sounds to convey majestic and fantastical ideas. To reintroduce themselves, the offshoot goes in a totally different way with a quirky and somewhat surreal song. “Hmph!” is a Saxobeat-tinged disco-pop hit.